By Mónica Delgado
In program 9 of this edition of Forum expanded, three short films were shown that from their peculiarities, could confront a current panorama of conceptual proposals. From a variety of supports and aesthetics, they keep a tradition not only with the so-called “structural cinema” but also between them, creating a sort of correspondence among the works. What could have in common a short film in 16mm, in black and white, which describes a bureaucratic process from the perspective of the body, or a camera-less work in 70mm that only has one apparent field of color variations? Or the digital baroque proposal of Graeme Arnfield?